More Winter Weather

More Winter Weather

A cold front and an upper air disturbance conspire to bring more Winter weather to Arkansas.
A cold front and an upper air disturbance conspire to bring more Winter weather to Arkansas. A Winter storm warning is in effect for Wednesday and Wednesday night for most of Arkansas. Mainly cloudy skies across the area tonight with a few sprinkles around. An approaching cold front brings showers and some storms tonight. A strong disturbance over the Southwest moves East over the next couple of days as a strong cold front approaches from the North. This system will interact with another Arctic blast heading South through the Plains. Ahead of the next storm system, warm air surges in from the South with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. Temperatures across the state range from the upper 40s North to near 60 South.  A cold front arrives during the evening with some showers and thunderstorms. Colder air moves in Wednesday and temperatures drop below freezing by the evening hours. Rain will change to freezing rain, sleet and snow. Heaviest snow accumulations will be North with significant ice accumulations Central and Southeast. Frozen precipitation moves out Thursday morning followed by record cold temperatures late this week. 


Tonight: Showers and some thunder. Lows near 50.
Wednesday: Rain changing to sleet and snow. Windy. Temperatures dropping into the 30s
Thursday: Early morning snow, then mostly cloudy and very cold with highs near 30.
Friday: Partly sunny and cold. Highs in the low 30s.
Saturday: Partly sunny with highs around 40.
Sunday: A shower possible. Highs in the mid 40s.
Monday: Partly sunny and more seasonable with highs near 60.
Tuesday: Partly sunny with highs in the mid 60s. 
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